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Poster: berberry Date: Oct 23, 2004 9:16am
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

If we're taking requests, I'd like to lodge one for David O. Selznik's sex western 'Duel In The Sun' from 1946.

Is it possible that trailers for any of Britian's Ealing Studios comedy output might be available? I'd most like to see 'Kind Hearts and Coronets' and 'The Ladykillers'.

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Poster: sabucat Date: Oct 23, 2004 4:57pm
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

You know, that's not a bad idea... go ahead and post "wants" here. We'll be uplinking another batch of trailers in the next few months and we'll try and do at least some of these.....

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Poster: timdrage Date: Oct 25, 2004 2:47am
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

Cool!

Oh, the Psycho trailer with Hitchcock showing you around the Bates Motel is always highly amusing too!

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Poster: ridetheory Date: Dec 29, 2004 11:55am
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

Several of Hitchcock's trailers are entertaining -- I remember "The Birds" being just him making morbid jokes...

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Poster: berberry Date: Dec 29, 2004 2:47pm
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

ridetheory writes:" Several of Hitchcock's trailers are entertaining -- I remember "The Birds" being just him making morbid jokes..."

I don't know about that particular one but I'll bet you're right, Hitchcock trailers probably are good. I'd be interested in seeing a number of them, the one you mentioned and maybe 'Foreign Correspondent', 'Psycho', 'Rope', 'The 39 Steps', 'North by Northwest', etc.

If I had to pick one of these I'd think it'd be 'Rope'. Given the fact that the story was based on the Leopold-Loeb homosexual murder case from the 20s, I think it might be interesting to see how this picture was marketed at the time of its original release.

I can remember seeing the trailer for 'Family Plot' at cinema, and I have the one for 'Rebecca' on VHS.

This post was modified by berberry on 2004-12-29 22:47:01

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Poster: johnnytheboy Date: Jan 5, 2005 11:12pm
Forum: sabucat_trailers Subject: Re: Wow! and request

The trailer for Hitchcock's "Frenzy" was a scream. Funny wise I mean, or as the Brits would say, "veddy droll". Hitch is walking around a crime scene casually telling viewers about his new movie concerning a strangler. He removes a necktie from a female victim and puts it on without missing a beat.

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